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2012 Annual Report Irvington Presbyterian Church Fremont California
2012 Annual Report Irvington Presbyterian Church Fremont California

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A n n u a l R e p o r t 2 0 1 2Irvington Presbyterian Church
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IPC Annual Report for 2012
Pastor's Report 3
Presbytery, Synod And General Assembly Report 
Board of Deacons 11
Deacons Treasurers Report 201
Nominating Committee 16
Worship Committee 18
Christian Equipping Committee Report 22
Children's Ministry Report 23
Youth Ministry Report 27
Missions Team 29
Personnel Committee 35
Stewardship Team 37
Homework Club / Kids Club 38
Church Alive! Team 42
Boy Scout Troop 102 48
Building and Grounds Committee 52
Chinese Ministry 56
Tri City Free Breakfast Program 58
Finance Committee 62
Bible Studies 
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Session Report 75 PCUSA
A n n u a l R e p o r t 2 0 1 2Irvington Presbyterian Church
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Pastor's Report
IPC is where friends and families from all ages and nations find meaning, purposand belonging in Jesus Christ on Life’s journey 
 At the end of March 2013, I will have served as your pastor for ten years. Itis a good time to look back and see what has changed over these years.IPC is a church with a strong mission outreach. The focus of our MissionsTeam is to bring the good news of Jesus to places where there is not yet achurch, or where the church is just beginning among an unreached people.In 2011, we began to help support three missions working to bring thegood news of Jesus to Muslim peoples in Africa and in Asia. This work isvery sensitive, of course. Keep praying for our missionaries, and keep upthe faith promise support of missions. At Pentecost 2005, we began worship in Mandarin under the leadership of Elder Amy Wu and members Dick and Veronica Hwang. This ministry hascontinued to bear fruit as immigrants from Mainland China have come tofaith in Christ, been baptized, and some have returned to their homeland.The Chinese ministry continues to have red-hot pong games on Thursdayevenings in our social hall.IPC offered English as a Second Language classes for a few years onSunday Mornings from 9 to 10 AM so that students could attend worship in

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